"A CHEVROLET RADIO PROGRAM FEATURING RUBINOFF IS SENT OVER THE AIR, & AN EXPLANATION IS MADE OF HOW RADIO BROADCASTING WORKS."
00:00:45:00 On the Air 07842 00:01:05:00 med shot of conductor in front of orchestra 00:01:08:00 med shot from control booth into radio studio - emcee in front of microphone - “Quiet, please! In exactly 15 seconds we’ll be on the air!” (00:01:14:00) 00:01:15:00 CU of Stand By sign 00:01:16:00 CU of clock 00:01:17:00 MCU of control room man with arms raised 00:01:18:00 MCU of control room men 00:01:19:00 med shot of conductor preparing to conduct orchestra 00:01:21:00 CU of clock 00:01:22:00 CU of Stand By sign switching to On The Air 00:01:23:00 MCU of control room guy pointing to conductor 00:01:24:00 med shot of conductor, orchestra beginning to play 00:01:31:00 dramatic MCU of emcee at old-style CBS microphone MC - “Rubenov! and his violin!” (00:01:35:00) 00:01:36:00 MCU of conductor playing violin (00:01:58:00) 00:01:59:00 MCU of emcee behind lectern 00:02:03:00 CU of script on lectern 00:02:09:00 cross fade to med shot of violin player in front of orchestra - camera pulls back slowly as song ends (00:02:38:00) 00:02:39:00 MCU of emcee behind lectern - “Rubenov and the orchestra carry on with the overture” (00:02:43:00) 00:02:44:00 med shot of conductor, orchestra (00:03:00:00) 00:03:01:00 CU of hand turning control room dials (00:03:06:00) 00:03:07:00 med shot of conductor, orchestra (00:03:15:00) 00:03:16:00 MCU of control room man gesturing (00:03:21:00) 00:03:22:00 med shot of conductor, orchestra (00:03:53:00) 00:03:54:00 dramatic MCU of emcee announcing more Rubenov 00:04:05:00 MCU of control room guy pointing 00:04:06:00 CU of hands on control room dial (00:04:11:00) 00:04:12:00 MCU of violinist in front of orchestra (00:04:15:00) 00:04:16:00 CU of clock 00:04:17:00 MCU of control room guy gesticulating 00:04:21:00 med shot of emcee watching control room guy 00:04:23:00 control room guy gesturing along with music 00:04:36:00 med shot of emcee from control room (00:04:41:00) 00:04:42:00 med shot of guys in control room (00:04:47:00) 00:04:48:00 CU of hand drawing sound wave (00:04:54:00) 00:04:55:00 MCU of control room guys - in profile (00:04:59:00) 00:05:10:00 CU of classic radio CBS microphone (00:05:13:00) explanation/animation of how microphone works 00:06:18:00 CU of hand on dials (00:06:23:00) 00:06:26:00 CU of sound wave on oscilloscope - growing larger (00:06:30:00) 00:06:32:00 wide traveling shot over power lines (00:06:37:00) 00:06:38:00 CU of radio speaker - face of emcee superimposed, announcing song (00:06:45:00) 00:06:46:00 med shot of man in control room (00:06:54:00) 00:06:57:00 med shot of another man surrounded by mysterious equipment 00:06:59:00 MCU of mysterious equipment 00:07:05:00 med shot of man standing in front of huge black wall with dials (00:07:15:00) 00:07:36:00 MCU pan over wall covered with identical dials down to strange machine (oscillator) (00:07:42:00) 00:08:17:00 med shot of huge bizarre machine - lots of glass tubes 00:08:23:00 MCU of strange machine (00:08:30:00) 00:08:31:00 CU of sound wave on oscilloscope - getting bigger and bigger (00:08:42:00) 00:08:48:00 wide shot of station and massive antenna with “radio waves” emitting from it (00:08:51:00) 00:08:52:00 “radio waves” passing over clouds, sky (00:08:58:00) 00:08:59:00 med shot of roof of house - covered with “radio waves” (00:09:04:00) 00:09:05:00 bizarre composite shot of various stages of radio transmission (00:09:09:00) 00:09:10:00 MCU of couple listening to radio (00:09:14:00) 00:09:15:00 CU of woman’s hand on radio dial (00:09:20:00) animation of how car radio works 00:10:03:00 MCU of car interior with single radio speaker 00:10:09:00 med wide shot of family having picnic lunch right next to car (with door open so they can hear radio) (fadeout 00:10:26:00)
January 18, 2016 Subject:
We interrupt this program...
Somewhat dull and "just get to the point please" explanation of how Radio works. We are first shown an orchestra, and they play 2 songs. When you think it's just going to be them and them only, a voice THEN comes on and explains how radio waves bring the orchestra to your very home. Much talk about radio towers, recieving, and transmitters are then talked about. Strictly for techies only.